What Remote Work Means for IT Professionals

Hosted by MIT Sloan Management Review

Date: Jun 24, 2020


Organizations are past the hurdle of enabling people to work remotely and now are contending with IT and security consequences. IT teams need to monitor and support bandwidth, security, privacy, and even printing. What are the implications for Chief Information Officers, IT managers, IT support staff, and staff working with, depending on, and collaborating with IT?

Our experts discuss the new challenges facing IT teams as they accommodate remote work, and propose solutions for onboarding, learning, security, and cultural adaptation.

In this webinar, hosted by MIT Sloan Management Review, you’ll learn:

  • Why the need to document standards and processes is more crucial than ever
  • What the concept of “insider risk” (enabling workforces to move to fully remote set-ups) can mean for organizations
  • What the implications and new requirements are with regard to third parties
  • How IT leaders and staff can shift to a more consultative model of working

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